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Mariano Rivera Will Not Retire; Plans To Come Back

Mariano Rivera is 42 years old, and this is the last year of his existing contract with the New York Yankees. Before the season started, there was speculation that he would retire in the fall. And then after Rivera tore his ACL Thursday night, there was speculation that we might've seen the last of him as a major-league pitcher. A torn ACL almost certainly means that Rivera's 2012 is over.
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Mariano Rivera Retirement: Yankees’ Ace Closer Hints 2012 May Be His Final Season [Video]

Sports : The Inquisitr - Sport (3 years ago)

After years of tip-toeing around the issue, New York Yankees All-Star closer Mariano Rivera made his strongest statements yet that 2012 will be his final season on the mound. “How many times did I tell you guys this is my last year?... Read Post

Report: Mariano Rivera Will Retire After This Year

Sports : Business Insider: Sports Page (2 years ago)

New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera is set to announce that he's retiring after the 2013 season, Joe Sherman of the NY Post reports: I can report #Yankees have 10 am press conf sked Sat at Steinbrenner Field at which Rivera is se... Read Post

Mariano Rivera: Yankees Superstar Must Not Let Injury Force Retirement

Baseball / MLB : Bleacher Report - MLB (3 years ago)

Before the season started, all the talk surrounding Mariano Rivera was how this could be his last season. Following the freak accident on Thursday night in which the New York Yankees closer tore his ACL, hopefully he decides to give... Read Post

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